The Litigants in Person (LiPs) Committee was set up to respond to the increasing number of LiPs in the family justice system. They help members working with LiPs and they help LiPs with information to improve their experience of the system.
The ALC promotes access to justice for children and young people within the legal system
With the pandemic increasing the number of emails sent directly to judges, it is crucial to remem...
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Resolution members are being encouraged to participate in a Ministry of Justice (MoJ) review of b...
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Rights of Women is currently seeking qualified women solicitor, barrister or legal executive volunteers to provide legal advice on our free evening or day time family law advice lines based in central London.
In the words of Sir James Munby, the threatened closure of the FDAC National Unit is “profoundly disturbing news”, undermining efforts to help “some of the most vulnerable and marginalised parents and children in our society”
The committee supports our members to continue undertake legal aid work and works to ensure the future of family legal aid and access to justice remains for vulnerable people.
Resolution responds to the Ministry of Justice's long-awaited review into the impact of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO).
In response to today's comments from the Justice Minister to further postpone the review of legal aid, and alongside the announced changes to the cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses, Resolution Chair Nigel Shepherd said:
Resolution responds the the Ministry of Justice and HM Courts and Tribunals Service's consultation on transforming the Tribunal Estate.
Resolution provided evidence to the Bach Commission on Access to Justice.
Resolution responds to the national proposal on the provision of court and tribunal estate in England and Wales.